When you think of Christmas gifts, a food hamper is one of those things that seems to be an easy gift option. There is always something that someone will like in a hamper.
John Lewis this year has introduced a whole variety of hampers. You can choose one of the ones they have preassembled or even make up on of your own by choosing what goes in it.
It’s quite easy to do. Firstly, you choose the box, a stocking or wicker basket to fill and pick your own items. Pick one for a children, ladies or mens. On the next page, you will see a selection of items (not all food) that you can fill your basket with. Besides food items, there are home accessories, toys, trinkets, notebooks, scented candles or booze.
I got sent a couple of these to review. The first one is the Deli Tray which had a bottle of Graham’s Late Bottled Vintage Port, some Cornish Charcuterie Chorizo, Sweet Basil Olives, The Fine Cheese Co. Rosemary Crackers, Piccalilli for Cheese and Fig Chutney for Cheese.
The second one is a very Festive Treats Hamper which had a lot of goodies in it including a bottle of Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon, some shortbread biscuits, tea, Christmas chocolates, Maxwell & Franks Christmas pudding, Cranberry & White Chocolate Fudge and some tomato chutney.
You can see all the hamper choices or personalise your own on their website.